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TO THE EDITOR OF THE D. E. POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE D. E. POST.

Sir—Your kind condescension, emboldens me to hope you will afford room, in your justly esteemed columns, and your own powerful aid, this letter, with which, well any own conviction its necessity, as the urgent entreaties of several roost respectable friends, of different creeds,
10 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ble time of the Houac, which might be employed in discus-

ble time of the Houac, which might be employed in discus-

time of the Houac, which might employed in discus- sing subject* of more advantage the Country. A Committee Inquiry would not dissolve the compact, nor nsturc tha money which had been ex.iendtd. would ask what right the House had interfere ?—None ! They wei« private acts. They to
12 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD, APRIL 10.

WATERFORD, APRIL 10.

An Azgrega'* Me«'ing of the Romen Catholic* the County end City of Waterford, took place Saturday last, the Catholic Cathedral. The Chair «aa taken RICHARD P. O'SHEE, £«?• Gardenmorrit. Mr. WYSE add reused the Chair, and aaid, after some prefatory remarks—A majority of four is n
12 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
B ALLIN ASLOE.

B ALLIN ASLOE.

ALLIN ASLOE. TO be LET, from the fir.t Day of MAY neat, for such a term as may b. agreed on, the large House and Concerns in the Main Street of Ba'!ina.loc, now in th. occupation the Rer. P.an ; th. House is 'srg. and roomy, haring Dining and Drawning-room, Breakfast-P.r-iour, ti
14 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
iCERT. ' PURSUANT to the A Decree of hit Majesty's Court of Chancery in Irelend, ,madein thie Cause and bear,

iCERT. ' PURSUANT to the A Decree of hit Majesty's Court of Chancery in Irelend, ,madein thie Cause and bear,

lag data the ISth day of No| Tttnher Itet, I hereby require I allpc.vont beving chargee end incumbrances the ’leadings mentioned, prior to the Lands and Prcmiaes in the last day of May, 1734, and the 6lh day of March, 1749, to come in before me, at ray Chambere on the luns-quay,
14 April 1827 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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COUNTY TIPPERARY ASSIZES.

COUNTY TIPPERARY ASSIZES.

TUESDAY. APRIL 10, 1826. BEFORE JUDGE BURTON. Edmund Dwyer, a man who appeared at the bar on crutches, was indicted for the murder of Michael Fox. Thomas Fox examined by Mr. Sergeant Blacktopne—Knew Michael Fox ; he was brother to witness ; remembers Saturday the 30th of Septemb
14 April 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
In the House of Lords an inquiry was made by Lord King, whether any thing had been determined with respect

In the House of Lords an inquiry was made by Lord King, whether any thing had been determined with respect

to the New Administration. To this inquiry no answer was given. Lord Clifden presented a petition in favour of the Catholics from Kilconnel and another parish. The Noble Lord, in presenting it, said, some of their Lordships might flatter themselves that this question was settled
14 April 1827 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUARTER’S REVENUE.

THE QUARTER’S REVENUE.

the Revenue Accounts for the Quarter ended O’.U just., we find diminution of the Receipt onntmg 469,6+81. This decrease, considering the circnmsliinces of the present period, is to extent far less than has been generally anticipated by the public, and means calculated to excite
11 April 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTRAIT OF LOUD RON.

PORTRAIT OF LOUD RON.

[From the Montfi!.? .'•J.iffnz'nc.) All merit Ins a right to recorded.” says , Tom Davies in the of hi* Life Garrick. ■ The sentence smacks Sa-.nurl Johnson ; ■ han* would have been more correct to »«y— merit ought recorded.” I respect the collector* of small anecdotes great men
11 April 1827 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LEEDS, SATURDAY, April 7

LEEDS, SATURDAY, April 7

State of general expectation of the revival of trade the Spring, has been disappointed. The great staple trade of the West-riding of Yorkshire means brisk, but since su large a share of the woollen manufacture has been transferred from the West of England to this county, our clu
9 April 1827 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland